Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Prediction, Odds, Time: Tips, Bets for Feb 26 Fight From Boxing Expert At 37-9 Run

A major boxing outlet’s ranking could be in jeopardy when social media stars Jake Paul and Tommy Fury clash in an eight-round boxing main event on Sunday. Their fight will close the curtain on the boxing match between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury (2pm ET) from Diriyah Arena in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia. The fighters have a combined record of 14-0, but both have been heavily criticized for their meager competition while attempting to make their mark in professional boxing. But earlier this week officials from the WBC, one of the sport’s four main sanctioning bodies, released a statement saying they intend to add the winner of Sunday’s fight to their official top-40 cruiserweight rankings. The WBC also reportedly plans to award a commemorative belt to the winner.

Caesars Sportsbook lists Paul as a -170 favorite (risk $170 to win $100), while Fury is the underdog at +145 in the latest Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury odds. The Over/Under for all completed rounds is 6.5, with the Over priced at -160 and the Under priced at +125. Before you decide on Tommy Fury vs. Jake Paul, be sure to check out SportsLine analyst Peter Kahn’s boxing predictions and betting tips.

Kahn is a true boxing insider who has his finger on the pulse of what’s going on inside and outside the ring. He has managed numerous world champions and currently manages 20 fighters through his company Fight Game Advisors. Kahn recently won the 2022 Boxing Writers Association of America Cus D’Amato Manager of the Year award and was also inducted into the 2023 Florida Boxing Hall of Fame.

Kahn is uncanny when it comes to starting fights. He’s an amazing 37-9 on his last 46 SportsLine boxpicks and has netted more than $4,000-$100 in bets. Anyone who has followed it has already seen massive returns.

Now that Sunday’s game is drawing near, Kahn has examined Paul vs Fury from every angle and found the best boxing odds. You can only see his coveted prop bets and moneyline picks on SportsLine.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury preview

A key advantage Paul (6-0, 4 KOs) has over Fury is that the former Disney actor has more high-pressure boxing experience. Paul has led pay-per-view cards in each of his last four fights and has not been lower than the co-main event in any of his six fights.

Fury’s biggest audience was part of the undercard at Tyson Fury’s heavyweight title defense against Dillian Whyte in April last year and on one of Paul’s headlining cards. Fury appeared on the undercard of Paul’s first fight against Tyron Woodley in August 2021. Fury clinched a four-round decision win over Anthony Taylor, a former Bellator MMA fighter who had only one previous professional boxing match. Afterwards, Fury admitted he fought some butterflies in front of a large crowd at the Rocket Mortgage Field House in Cleveland, Paul’s hometown.

Paul told the media this week that he expects his experience under the bright lights to be a huge asset.

“He’s never been on such a big stage, with so much spotlight and so much pressure,” Paul said of Fury. “And I know he will choke.”

Despite Paul being steeper than a -200 favorite at most betting shops, boxing odds have plummeted amid numerous recent reports that Fury was looking impressive in practice and sparring sessions.

British outlet Sky Sports reported that Fury (8-0, 4 KOs) knocked out numerous opponents in sparring sessions, including some heavyweight fighters, and sent one to the hospital, according to his father and trainer John Fury. The younger Fury backed up these claims in a recent interview with the media outlet.

“I’ve never been a man to talk about sparring sessions but I can quietly confirm that sparring was brutal,” the boxer told Sky Sports. “I regularly deal with people at the gym who would blow Jake Paul’s feet next week.”

Fury also reiterated his prediction that Paul will never box professionally again after they met in Sunday’s main event.

“I’m going to stop him from thinking he can go pro boxing,” Fury said. See Kahn’s selection at SportsLine.

How to do Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury picks

Kahn likes the U6.5 rounds priced at +125 in the latest Caesars odds. He’s also called with a method-of-victory prop that pays more than +200 and a confident moneyline selection. You can get these tips at SportsLine.

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